Who Wants To Play Tennis? A Tennis Themed Bar Mitzvah Celebration

Flashback to fabulous tennis themed  Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah celebrations. We have had a recent slew of Mitzvah clients with a passion for tennis .

Linzi Events took the client’s passion for tennis and turned it into the ultimate sports party. What better place to have this event but in “center court”  at the Delray Beach Tennis Center  under a clear tent .

Photography: Jeff Kolodny Photography

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Entrance to center court.

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A contemporary design for the table scapes using orchids and calla lilies set in a multitude of glass vases.


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“Invitational passes” were used as place cards.


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Tables were named by court number-a small but fun detail added to the party décor.


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Kids lounge ” VIP ” lounge area.

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Take home sports bag for guests.

Wedding in Palm Beach at the Flagler Museum

The Flagler Museum in Palm Beach is the most breathtaking venue for a wedding. When the bride visited the museum she immediately knew this is where she was going to get married. Her nuptials took place at the Historic St. Ann  Catholic Church in West Palm Beach equally as beautiful situated a short distance from the Flagler Museum. The color palette of her wedding was ivory and blush with gold accents. Thank you to The Big Day Wedding Photography for the images which tell the story which began with the stunning engagement pictures.

Saint Ann Historic  Catholic Church in West Palm Beach .

They arrived at the Flagler Museum in Molly’s Trolleys.

Wedding dress was a combination of   lace and beading with beautiful back detail.

Love the sneaker’s from etsy.com.

The monogram from the invitation was on all printed materials for the wedding including the wedding cake.

The reception took place in the West Room in the Museum . Both round and royal tables with  an abundance of cream, blush and pink roses, tea roses and hydrangeas  surrounded by gold mercury candles.

All tables were names after the couples favorite destinations.

The cake was custom designed by the bride.

Handmade customized porcelain cake topper.

The bride and groom wanted their guests to have fun . Each place setting had a  note card with a different question that guests had to complete for their memory book.  On the backside of the menu card was a thank you note and 10 ” fun facts” about the couple .

The guests were served with cookies and milk and wedding cake in martini glasses with an assortment of toppings you could select to “dress the cake”.


Destination Weddings in Palm Beach – Amanda and Todd’s Wedding at the Flagler Museum.

Plan the perfect destination wedding in Palm Beach , Florida. For wedding planners and brides and grooms alike, The Henry Morrison, Flagler Museum is  a national historic landmark  situated in Palm Beach, Florida is the perfect destination venue . The museum is  surrounded by luxury hotels such as the  Breakers , beautiful beaches and fabulous shopping on Worth Avenue or downtown West Palm Beach.

The New York Herald described Whitehall, the Palm Beach home of Henry Flagler as, “More wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world.”  The  75-room, 100,000-square-foot Gilded Age mansion was built in 1902 for Henry Flagler and given as a wedding present to his wife, Mary Lily Kenan Flagler . To have a wedding at the Flagler museum is a wedding present in itself. Amanda and Todd wanted a unique and exceptional venue, the Flagler  Museum was the perfect choice. Photography by Divine Light.


Amanda’s dress designed by Kenneth Poole. Letterpress invitation by Elum .

The ceremony took place in the West Room which  adjoins the Lake Room that  opens up onto a terrace overlooking the Intercoastal Waterway and the West Palm Beach city skyline . The room has a soft Mediterranean ambiance and features a  grand chandelier and  a 27 ft vaulting ceiling. Roses in soft pink colors, white stock and antique hydrangeas were used for the ceremony. Floral design by Nancy from Xquisite Events.

The Reception took place in the Pavilion, which houses Henry Morrison Flagler’s Private rail car which guests are invited to tour. As described in the literature from the Flagler Museum “the Pavilion was designed to evoke the opulence and grandeur of a turn-of-the-century railway palace”. The venue’s panoramic windows offer magnificent views of downtown West Palm Beach and the Intercoastal waterway and is nothing short of unique for those exceptional brides and grooms who want a space that is memorable.






Ritz Carlton Manalapan, a beautiful setting for a Palm Beach Wedding.

Linzi Events had the pleasure of planning the wedding of Heidi and Bruce Lein. The Ocean Ballroom at the Ritz Carlton was the perfect choice for their intimate wedding celebrated with family and close friends. Thank you to Munoz Photography for the images.

An exquisite circle shaped chuppah covered with  hedge of white and ivory tightly packed florals was designed by Xquisite events. The couple having a quiet moment before the ceremony began and glowing after the ceremony had taken place.

The bride carried a nosegay of vendela roses with  gold  crystal beads.

Crystal candelabras with an abundance of roses were set on the dining tables. The table was completed with a crystal  embroidered linen from nuage designs and gold chivari chairs.

A three tiered wedding cake , each tier separated by  hydrangea blossoms and  a bouquet of roses at the top.

The traditional horah and below our traditional cake cutting.

Last but not least what would a bride do without her Jimmy Choo’s. A great couple, a great setting and a magnificent wedding.